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Historian digs up evidence of allegedly fascist movement in Diss

Historian digs up evidence of allegedly fascist movement in Diss

Historian digs up evidence of allegedly fascist movement in Diss

30 November 2020

A local historian has unearthed evidence to suggest that fascism had briefly taken root in Diss little less than a century ago.


Richard Bacon MP responds to fallout following vote to not fund free school meals

Richard Bacon MP responds to fallout following vote to not fund free school meals

Richard Bacon MP responds to fallout following vote to not fund free school meals

06 November 2020

The South Norfolk MP has explained his decision to vote against directly funding free school meals over the school holidays until Easter 2021.


BREAKING: Sunak extends furlough scheme until the end of March 2021

BREAKING: Sunak extends furlough scheme until the end of March 2021

BREAKING: Sunak extends furlough scheme until the end of March 2021

05 November 2020

The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced that the scheme will be reviewed in January to see whether employers should contribute more.


South Norfolk Council leader labels devolution talks 'delusional'

South Norfolk Council leader labels devolution talks 'delusional'

South Norfolk Council leader labels devolution talks 'delusional'

08 October 2020

John Fuller criticised talks for governmental re-organisation during an ongoing pandemic


'We’re a bit more boring', says Attleborough Mayor after Council troubles

'We’re a bit more boring', says Attleborough Mayor after Council troubles

'We’re a bit more boring', says Attleborough Mayor after Council troubles

18 September 2020

Attleborough Town Council was beset by infighting after a series of extraordinary meetings, claims of bullying and police attendance.


Sites investigated for proposed Long Stratton bypass project

Sites investigated for proposed Long Stratton bypass project

Sites investigated for proposed Long Stratton bypass project

10 August 2020

The project is estimated to be around £29m.


Former MP from Worlingworth sentenced for child abuse video

Former MP from Worlingworth sentenced for child abuse video

Former MP from Worlingworth sentenced for child abuse video

07 August 2020

The 51-second clip was in possession of a video showing a 12-month old baby being abused.


Multi-million pound Attleborough scheme to restart this month

Multi-million pound Attleborough scheme to restart this month

Multi-million pound Attleborough scheme to restart this month

04 August 2020

The third phase of the £4.5 million road improvement project has been given the green light to go ahead.


Extinction Rebellion protesters return to Long Stratton for shoe-protest

Extinction Rebellion protesters return to Long Stratton for shoe-protest

Extinction Rebellion protesters return to Long Stratton for shoe-protest

24 July 2020

Protesters laid out 100 pairs of shoes outside South Norfolk Council’s offices in a demonstration against the authority’s position on climate change.


What goes around comes around, warns former mayor

What goes around comes around, warns former mayor

What goes around comes around, warns former mayor

24 July 2020

The council is now under new leadership and determined to make progress after 'an impossible 12 months.'


Trade Secretary Liz Truss thanks fundraisers during visit to Banham Zoo

Trade Secretary Liz Truss thanks fundraisers during visit to Banham Zoo

Trade Secretary Liz Truss thanks fundraisers during visit to Banham Zoo

16 July 2020

The cabinet minister spoke of her pride for local residents during a visit to the zoo this month


Former MP from Worlingworth faces jail for child abuse video

Former MP from Worlingworth faces jail for child abuse video

Former MP from Worlingworth faces jail for child abuse video

11 July 2020

Eric Joyce admitted to possession of the 51 second clip, which was said to include footage of a 12 month old baby


Daily Round-Up: Refusing a mask as unacceptable as drink driving, claims Royal Society boss

Daily Round-Up: Refusing a mask as unacceptable as drink driving, claims Royal Society boss

Daily Round-Up: Refusing a mask as unacceptable as drink driving, claims Royal Society boss

07 July 2020

Plus: Norfolk and Suffolk coronavirus figures, PM under fire from care homes, Chancellor to unveil energy saving scheme


Extinction Rebellion hold protest outside Richard Bacon MP's office

Extinction Rebellion hold protest outside Richard Bacon MP's office

Extinction Rebellion hold protest outside Richard Bacon MP's office

06 July 2020

Protesters held placards outside the South Norfolk MP's office in Long Stratton


MP signs letter in concerted push for better air quality

MP signs letter in concerted push for better air quality

MP signs letter in concerted push for better air quality

05 July 2020

The MP is one of 90 parliamentarians asking the PM to support the proposals.


Technical ‘fiasco’ sees key county council meeting halted

Technical ‘fiasco’ sees key county council meeting halted

Technical ‘fiasco’ sees key county council meeting halted

29 June 2020

The scrutiny committee was set to launch a review of the council’s Covid-19 response.


Black Lives Matter protestors hold demonstration in Diss

Black Lives Matter protestors hold demonstration in Diss

Black Lives Matter protestors hold demonstration in Diss

13 June 2020

Protestors also knelt down for eight minutes and 46 seconds in honour of American George Floyd


Extinction Rebellion holds protest outside council offices in Long Stratton

Extinction Rebellion holds protest outside council offices in Long Stratton

Extinction Rebellion holds protest outside council offices in Long Stratton

06 June 2020

Protestors assembled outside the South Norfolk District Council building this week.


Coronavirus Daily: Suffolk close to 1,500 total cases as Culture Secretary says game on for sport

Coronavirus Daily: Suffolk close to 1,500 total cases as Culture Secretary says game on for sport

Coronavirus Daily: Suffolk close to 1,500 total cases as Culture Secretary says game on for sport

31 May 2020

Sports like horse racing and football have dates to restart organised.


Dominic Cummings holds press conference to address trip to Durham

Dominic Cummings holds press conference to address trip to Durham

Dominic Cummings holds press conference to address trip to Durham

25 May 2020

The government advisor said that he "behaved reasonably and legally" following his trip in March.


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